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1930

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'Index: D', Calendar of the Cecil Papers in Hatfield House, Volume 15: 1603 (1930), pp. 413-415. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=112176 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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Dacre (Dacres, Dakers):
-, Francis, 20.
-, - [?], calling himself Lord [of Gillesland], 28, 46.
-, Lord, 259.
-, -, see also Fenys.
-, lands of the, 120.
-, Sir Thomas, 255.
-, -, a Jesuit, 219.

Dakins, Captain, 339.

Dale, Thomas, Captain, letter from, 24.
-, William, grocer, 168.

Dalston, John, letter from, 20.
-, -, letter to, 20.
-, Mr., 46.

Dane, see Denmark.

Daniellson (Danielston), Alexander, 297, 298, 299, 329.

Dansk, see Danzig.

Danvers (Davers), Sir Henry, afterwards Baron Danvers of Dantsey, 8, 21, 32, 49, 179.
-, -, letter from, 84.
-, -, meets the Spanish Ambassador at Canterbury, 244, 245.

Danzig (Dansk), 42.
-, ships of, (Danskers, the), 29.

Darcy (Darse):
-, Edward, claim of, to Durham Place, 111.
-, Sir Francis, 131, 143, 377.
-, of Chiche, Thomas, 3rd Lord, 387, 394 (2).

Darford, see Dartford.

Darse, see Darcy.

Dartford (Darford), [Kent], postal endorsements at, 42, 173, 191, 195 (2).

Dartmouth [co. Devon], letter dated at, 148, 170.
-, Mayor of, see Frauncis.
-, piracy in, 170.

Dauson, John, High Constable of Westminster, 190.

Daventry (Dantrie), [Northants], 6.

Davers, see Danvers.

Davey, Lord, 108.

Davis (Davies, Davyes), Sir John, 74.
-, -, letters from, 84, 104, 371.
-, Richard, 210.

Deal Castle, muster roll of, 261.

Deep, see Dieppe.

Deering, Sir Anthony, suggested to deputize as Lieutenant of the Tower, 174.

Delaval (di Lavale), Sir Robert, 335.
-, -, letters from, 338, 343.

Delbridg, John, 337.

Delegates, Court of, a case in, 44, 63.
-, Judges of, letter to, 63.

Delfino, —, 397.

Denbigh [?Denbezth], 339.

Denizens, grant of, 141, 356.

Denmark (Danish, the Dane,), 7, 13, 385.
-, officers in Hull, 208.
-, King of, see Christian IV.

Denny, Sir Edward, letters from, 192, 201.
-, Lady, letter from, concerning her children, 114.
-, Mr., 114.

Dentrum [Brabant], fort of, 255.

Deny, Mr., 23.

Deptford, [Kent], 128.
-, letters dated at, 90, 129, 165, 202.

Derby, letter dated at, 267.

Derby, Alice, Countess of, letters from, 230, 371.
-, Earl of, see Stanley.

Derbyshire, 180.
-, Feodary and escheator of, letter from, 266.
-, Wardships in, 267.

Derrum, Mr., a merchant, 75.

Desbronsweeke, Frances, an artist, 210.

Desmond, Eleanor, Countess of, letter from, concerning her four daughters, 371.
-, Earl of, see Fitzgerald.

Desmond, Co. [Ireland], see Kerry.

Dessau [Germany], letter dated at, 203.

Devereux:
-, Robert, 2nd Earl of Essex, 84, 85, 114, 326, 360, 389.
-, -, his wife, married to Earl of Klenricard, 85.
-, -, three followers of, 349.
-, Robert, 3rd Earl of Essex, 66.
-, Sir George (uncle of the 2nd Earl of Essex), letter from, 85.

Devonshire, 202.
-, lieutenancy of, 230.
-, prospecting for minerals in, 318.

Devonshire, Earl of, see Blount.

Diehren, Johan von, 384.

Dieppe (Deep), 34, 75, 119.
-, letters dated at, 75, 99, 119, 124, 130, 139.
-, Governor of, 24.

Dier, Sir Edward, 339.

Di Lavale, see Delaval.

Dillon, Henry, letters from, 126, 132.
-, Sir Theobald, letter from, 148.

Dipe, John, D.D., 224.

Dobinson (Dobbinson) —, 267–270.
-, Ralph, letter from, 189.

Doble, Walter, 262, 263.

Dobson, Mr., 114.

Docwra, Sir Henry, in Ireland, against the rebels, 145, 146, 378.

Dodderidge (Dodderige, Doddridge), John, Solicitor General (sic), 224, 271–272.
-, -, letter from, 271.

Dodsworthe (Doddesworth), Matthew, deputy chancellor to Archbishop of York, 394.
-, Simon, 381.

Doncaster (Yorks.), 33, 40, 80.
-, letter dated from, 90.
-, mayor and corporation of, and a petition to James I, 181.

Donegal (Ireland), fighting in, 145, 146.

Dorsetshire, supplication for leave to dwell in, 129, 178, 179.

Douai (Douay) [France], 140.
-, students of, to see the Coronation, 219.

Douglas, Sir George, 90, 298.
-, William, 10th Earl of Angus, 62.
-, -, letter to, 62.

Dovall, Monsieur, 42.

Dove, Mr., 164.

Dover, 42, 98, 219.
-, letters dated at, 34, 94, 121, 153, 155, 180, 203, 280.
-, postal endorsements at, 42, 191, 195 (2).
-, James I to visit, 92.
-, Ambassadors from the Elector Palatine land at, 95.
-, Lord Cobham to go to, 118.
-, French and Austrian Ambassadors to arrive at, 118, 123 (2), 125.
-, Irishmen stayed at, 137.
-, Mr. de Rosny departs from, 152, 153.
-, an escaped prisoner apprehended at, 214.
-, the Spanish Ambassador at, 246.
-, the Venetian Ambassador to be received at, 248.
-, Mayor of, see Sissalie.
-, Commissioners of passage at, see Channel passage.
-, Roman Catholics stayed at, see Roman Catholics.

Dover Castle, 75.
-, letters dated at, 33, 42, 102, 107, 122, 123, 152, 164, 182, 191, 195 (2).
-, warrant from, concerning the Coronation, 174.

Downs, the, 253.

Drayton (Draiton), letters dated from, 18, 136, 254.

Droman, Mr. or Dr., 25.

Drury (Drurie):
-, Dr., 262.
-, John, Doctor of the Laws, 224,
-, Sir Robert, 339.

Dublin, 51, 111, 196.
-, letters dated at, 32, 94, 125, 126, 132, 148.
-, a petition sent to James I for renewing charters and liberties of, 94.
-, Mayor of, letter from, 94.
-, Recorder of, 94.
-, Sheriffs of, letter from, 94.

Dublin, Bishop of, see Loftus, Adam.

Duchy, the, see Lancaster.
-, lands, grant of, 138.

Duke, the, [Lennox] see Stuart, Ludovic.

Dudley:
-, Anne, Countess of Warwick, see Warwick.
-, Ambrose, customer of Newcastle, letters from, 372 (2).
-, -, father of, Mayor of Newcastle, 372.
-, Mr., a child, 56.
-, Sir Robert, Earl of Leicester, 185.

Duffeld, Captain, 385.

Dun, Daniel, Doctor of the Laws, Commissioner for the Treaty at Bremen, 224.
-, -, letters from, 7, 13, 15.

Dunkeld (Dunkeldin) [Perth], letter dated at, 254.

Dunkeld, Bishop of, 40.

Dunkirk (Dunkerk), 6, 109, 173, 214.
-, proclamation about English ships read at, 42.
-, post for, 229.

Dunkirkers [ships of Dunkirk], 109.

Dunstable (Downstable) [Beds.], letter dated at, 123.

Du Port, Dr. John, Master of Jesus College, Cambridge, letters from, 29, 88.

Durham (Duresme), 335, 376.
-, postal endorsement at, 47.
-, Queen Anne at, 126.
-, High Sheriff of, 395.
-, Dean of, 387, 394 (2).
-, -, and Chapter of, 54, 256,

Durham, Archdeacon of, 395.
-, temporal Chancellor of, 395.
-, Bishop of, 393, 394.
-, -, see also Matthew.
-, -, Chancellor of, 395.
-, prebendary of, 395.

Durham Place, see under London, Places in.

Dutch (Hollanders), 42.
-, a letter in, relating to a conspiracy against Count Maurice 188–189.
-, a hope that James I will defend, 216.
-, ships, see under Ships.

Dutch Fributi [Freebooters?], 55.

Dutchman, a, from London, 173.

Dutchmen, prospecting for minerals in Scotland, 334.

Dyas, Anne, widow, of Bristol, 168.

Dycheman, Joh., 152.

Dyer "Lord" [?Sir James], 391.

Dymmock, Sir Ed., 90.

Dyot, Anthony, Recorder of Tamworth, letter from, 51.



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